We went to this place on recommendation of a friend of a friend. The food is as Mexican as a paper sombrero. It's really Tex-mex and at that it succeeds... moderately. My wife and I split the seafood soup -- plenty of seafood, unfortunately overcooked to death. My Chiles Rellenos were so smothered in breading that the decent-enough flavor of the actual chiles was completely obscured. My wife's fish dish "didn't taste bad but was very ordinary". It cost $9 or so and has exactly the bland taste that you expect to pay $9 for. The margaritas are indeed strong.
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